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From Mexico to Australia, and back to Mexico

From Mexico to Australia, and back to Mexico

  1. Anonymous

    Hello,
    my girlfriend and I are planing to move to australia to study a postgrade and I would like to know if you can tell me the best credit card option and airline to fly from Mexico to Australia, and a credit card that I can still use in Australia to afford some travels back to Mexico to visit the family, we´re searching if possible first class flights but we can settle with business class

  2. Rodrigo Méndez

    Hello,
    my girlfriend and I are planing to move to australia to study a postgrade andIi would like to know if you can tell me the best credit card option and airline to fly from Monterrey, Mexico to Sydney, Australia, and a credit card that I can still use in Australia to afford some travels back to Mexico to visit the family, we´re searching if possible first class flights but we can settle with business class

  3. No Name

    [USER=1527]@Rodrigo Méndez[/USER]

    Welcome.

    Doy you or your girlfriend have access to US credit cards or only Mexican credit cards?

  4. Rodrigo Méndez

    sorry for the late answer, we dont have credit history but i guess we could get a US credit card

  5. No Name

    Ok it’s never too late, lets try again.

    Do you or your girlfriend have a US social security number so that you can apply for US credit cards?

    Having access to US credit cards would be step one, building a credit history would be step two.

  6. Anonymous

    Even Australian credit cards are better than Mexican cards, but I would probably look at something that gives you cash back, and then use those funds to buy miles. I think that is going to give you the most flexibility, but otherwise a card that earns SPG points (or allows you to transfer to SPG) will likely be your best option.

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